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|0015773||Buildsys||Ci.centos.org Ecosystem Testing||public||2019-02-03 19:18||2019-02-28 22:56|
|Summary||0015773: Request dedicated slave node for Red Hat Service Delivery organization|
|Description||I would like to request:|
- Dedicated slave node for Red Hat's Service Delivery organization, with accounts and SSH keys for the admins listed below.
- Jenkins view (for example `ServiceDelivery`)
- enkins account to manage this view (for example 'sd-app-sre').
- Duffy key.
In this slave, we will run CI/CD pipelines for any open-source project that that should be open to the public in the context of the effort driven by the Service Delivery organization. This organization works on delivering OpenShift services.
The first projects that would be built by this node are:
Currently, the load would be very small, and we don't expect it to grow substantially in the short/medium term. We will make use of Duffy as we need to create docker images.
Associated admins for this node are:
- Jaime Melis <email@example.com>
- Paul Bergene <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Roman Iuvshyn <email@example.com>
- Karanbir Singh <firstname.lastname@example.org>
SSH keys for the admins https://gitlab.cee.redhat.com/dtsd/housekeeping/blob/master/ansible/hosts/group_vars/all
The official contact method should be this mailing list: <email@example.com>.
Also, please accept the `centos-ci` invitations for these repositories:
Please let me know if you require any further information.
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Brian can we get this actioned when you create new accounts etc next.
@jmelis, I tried a few times to catch you on IRC. We need to work out a separate github token for this, and one or more for the rest of the devtools repos before we can support more tenants from this group.
Supporting all of this under the current setup is not possible.
@bstinson, apologies, will be on IRC to discuss this with you.
note that we are not under the Devtools organization, this is a different organization, called Service Delivery. We wouldn't mind sharing the same slave node node with Devtools (slave04), but it's not a requirement, since the scope of both orgs are completely different. Servide Delivery aims to delivery OpenShift based services.